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n Africa Conflict Monitor - Letter from the founding editor

Volume 2015, Issue 01
  • ISSN : 2311-6943

Abstract

Welcome to the first 2015 issue of (ACM). It contains a continuation from our previous understanding that readers have come to expect from our analysts, whose on-the-ground expertise informs their reports and interpretations of the tumultuous continent's conflicts and conflict resolution efforts. Drama as well as breakthroughs in peace will surely characterise the New Year, with unexpected developments competing for attention as decades'-old disputes are perpetuated. Africa's despots will add to their curriculums vitae with new abuses and skullduggery, while emerging political and social leaders will offer a fresh way forward to undo the legacy of past tyrannies while proposing new orders based on economic, racial and religious equality. Dreaded diseases will take their tolls, and efforts will continue to harness the wealth of human and natural resources of Africa for the benefit of all Africans.

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